> Reisner is a singularly interesting investigator.
> I certainly haven't read all of his
> material, but I have read his various reports from
> the 1920s (e.g., Boston Museum of Fine Arts) in
> which he decrees that the original "tomb of
> Heterpheres I" was in Dahshur before it was
> moved to Giza under clandestine circumstances.
> I've also read
> ary/lehner_hetepheres.pdf]Lehner's excoriation of
> Reisner's decree[/url] in 1985 which clearly and
> neatly exposes Reisner's pure fabrication.
They are both conjectured. And all due respect, I don't understand your need for this highlight, Philip. Reisner made a guess based on what he'd found. Why are you suggesting his interpretation is a deliberate hoax? Why the need for such a hoax? Are you suggesting we should discount all Reisner's work because this example supposedly makes him a charlatan, as you imply?
Anyways, your line of expanded discussion is merely deflective from the question at hand. I brought it up to show that in the reports (not just his) we have a massive amount of in situ evidence which contextualizes Giza as a funerary complex, including the pyramids. qed